35-c. HOW THE DfiVADAYAS PASSED INTO THE HANDS OF THE RAYA. Originally when there was one ruler over all the lands of Cera. Sola and Paiidya Mandates, and then when there were three tings ruling over the three mandalas, in fact, till the Saka year 1219, Aksaya, the kings did not control the devadaya and brahmadaya lands, but left them under the control of the Brahmans and only enquired into complaints received regarding their administration and nieted out justice duly. Then the lluhammadans came, laid waste the devadaya and and the deity had to seek refuge in gardens and other places till he came back to Srirangam in Saka 1293, Parltapi; then, all these mandalas came under the Raya, who was the Narapati; and the Raya and his servants, viz., the many commanders of forts made gifts of many villages with libations of water and began to administer the tiruvidaiyattam lands which were devadanas in the same way as they administered the palace lands (araamanai-calrmai) by appointing in Srirangam as their own servants a maiiiyam and a samprati. IUdt pp. 14*7-8. 36-a. DESCENDANTS OF SOMIDEVA. SUMMARY. RSgharadeva was born to him by his wife Kamaladevi and tolfcghavadevaana Bacaladev! was bom Pinnabliiipala who established himself at Arevidu and ruled the earth. Dvifada BUatrngaostom—ltas. Mss. 13-2-19, p. 285. 36-b. PINNAMA OF AREVIDU. °f »^danda in the **W«j3* r,,^, faurnalefike TdugnAcaiemy> 37 VIRtPAXKA UDAITAR AND ' Virupanna Udai &ka djttt it wraag. ^yilolugu, p. 132.